National Security Officer Appreciation Week This week celebrates our local security heroes who help keep our schools, workplaces and communities safe. Established in 2015, National Security Officer Appreciation Week is celebrated on the 3rd week of September....read more
“We wanted to give the staff [of The Stephen’s Funeral Home] easy, intuitive control over the new A/V system,” said Wayne Becker, vice president of business development at CSi. “We’ve had great experiences with Ashly systems because, in addition to being incredibly reliable, consistent, and flexible, Ashly gives our end users great control options.read more
CSi Integrated Security & Communication Systems in Upper Macungie Township started in 1975 primarily as a communications contractor.
Forty years later, the company continues to provide communications but long ago added another layer of service: security. Its clientele are businesses, schools and colleges, government offices and those in health care.
“Today, we help to keep the community safe, developing systems that prevent intrusion or crime,” said Wayne Becker, vice president of business development for CSi.read more
Security Center 5.4 is showcasing cutting-edge security threat countermeasures, including new authentication and encryption methods to ensure that only authorized personnel can access their security system.read more
City Center AllentownA Case Study Over the past two decades, Allentown, PA has been steadily recovering from an economic slowdown that began in the 1980s. Today, one of the most visible signs of Allentown’s revitalization is the City Center Lehigh Valley development....read more
In 2013 UGI Energy Services was contacted by a government agency regarding the security capabilities at a few of their facilities.read more
When UGI was contacted by a government agency requiring that they beef up their utility security they choose a Bosch / Genetec solution designed and installed by CSi.read more
School security has increasingly become an area of focus among school boards and municipalities. Officials are constantly seeking to implement or improve security and safety policies, procedures and technologies to offer the highest level of protection for students, staff and visitors. Every second counts in an emergency or crisis, making it imperative that schools have policies and procedures in place that make it possible to lock down buildings instantly while simultaneously providing alerts and critical information to on-site personnel and first responders to determine the most prudent course of action to safely evacuate occupants and apprehend intruders.read more
This past Monday night Allentown police and fire fighters evacuated 200 senior citizens from the Episcopal House due to high levels of carbon monoxide detected in the building. According to Fire Chief Lee Laubach the source of the CO was a boiler in the basement. "We...read more